Tips and Tricks for Creating Engaging Scripts for Short Videos (Part 2)

Tell A Story

Just because your video is short doesn’t mean it can’t tell a good story. Try to use your video to present a common problem, and spend the next minute explaining how your products or services can help solve that problem. End with a brief call to action about how people can learn more about your business, but focus more on the story and not your product. That will make your video far more engaging.

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Have Plenty of Energy

Finally, any video that you create should have plenty of energy. Inject some of your own personality into the script, use plenty of humor if it’s appropriate, and have fun. If you’re having a good time, chances are that the people watching will be having a good time as well.

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